1. Visionness, Purpose, and Pointillism Part 3: Pointillism

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    Message by Victor Thomas December 7, 2008 The Point @ SFU

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    • Organiverse at FETTU

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      Created on the island of Madeira and in Morocco by Netherlands born international artist Henri van Bentum, Organiverse consists of 100 mandalas done in pointillism, dot by dot. "The work of Henri van Bentum reminds us of organic processes on the cosmic and microcosmic levels. His work helps me understand the vastness, complexity and beauty of the cosmos. van Bentum's work is executed with a fine sense of colour and other elements. I see his work as a paradigm for enduring works of art in the future." Former Professor Leslie Mezei, Computer Sciences, U of T. Through the generosity of Henri van Bentum, this work is being displayed at the From the Earth To The Universe (FETTU) displays being held throughout Victoria, BC, Canada to commemorate and highlight the International Year of Astronomy during 2009. FETTU is a Cornerstone Project of the International Year of Astronomy 2009 (IYA). If you wish to see the maximum fidelity of the images, we recommend you play the video using high definition. Click on the little four segment icon in the lower right corner of the video window to turn on HD mode. Henri van Bentum: http://vanBentum.org Int'l FETTU: http://fromearthtotheuniverse.org/ RASC: http://rasc.ca/ IYA in Canada: http://astronomy2009.ca/ IYA Internationally: http://astronomy2009.org/

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      • ORGANIVERSE, both ORIGINAL and STARRY NIGHT editions (recommended viewing first)

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        "Coloring Space", a collaboration with Chandra X-Ray Center (NASA) and Henri van Bentum's ORGANIVERSE: http://www.chandra.harvard.edu/art/color THIS VIDEO shows artwork by Henri van Bentum, his ORGANIVERSE series (both the Original edition and the Starry Night edition) and was shown during the International Year of Astronomy 2009. The Original ORGANIVERSE set was created in 1972. Size: 8 1/2 cm. diameter (3.3"). Paintings shown in this video are actual size. The original ORGANIVERSE set was created on the island of Madeira and in Morocco by Netherlands born international artist Henri van Bentum in 1972. The Organiverse portfolio consists of 100 painting or spheres done in pointillism, dot by dot, "atom by atom". "The work of Henri van Bentum reminds us of organic processes on the cosmic and microcosmic levels. His work helps me understand the vastness, complexity and beauty of the cosmos. van Bentum's work is executed with a fine sense of colour and other elements. I see his work as a paradigm for enduring works of art in the future." Former Professor Leslie Mezei, Computer Sciences, U of T. *** This video was part of "From the Earth To The Universe" (FETTU) exhibiits during the International Year of Astronomy 2009 throughout Victoria, BC, Canada. FETTU was a Cornerstone Project of the International Year of Astronomy 2009 and its legacy continues in "BIYA" (Beyond International Year of Astronomy"). A very special thanks to Garry Sedun of the NRC Herzberg Institute of Astrophysics who compiled the video for display at FETTU on SONY Blu-Ray screens. You can learn more about the Rotation Handset edition of ORGANIVERSE here: http://millennia.org/artist/organiverse/handset/handset_project.html. The handset comes with a handsome container made from recovered Westcoast wood. Thanks to Brian W. Johnson for his collaboration on the Rotation Handset project.

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        • " SoHo Stories"

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          Abstract Pointillist Leonard Goldstein, relives his journey driving across country with Artist John Chamberlain, hanging out at Max's Kansas City during the late 1960's and early 1970's and meeting the inner circles of the abstract art world in NYC. In June of 2010 Bethsheba Goldstein began a series of short vinettes documenting her father's early art career and experiences along the way.

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          • Self Portrait III

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            Borrowing and adapting from a pointillist program on the Processing website I created a program that generates a pointillist version of one of my photos over another one of my photos from the same series. I wanted to experiment with blending my photography and playing with abstraction.

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            • Abstract Concrète #3 - Linearity

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              Silent plundergraphic cinema: 33534 copyrighted xyRGB pixels dancing freely under 5-dimensional linear maps for your viewing pleasure. Part 1/3.

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              • CHILD ARTIST - ANDY BONZON - AGE 7 - MAKING OF BLUE VASE

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                Oil & Acrylic on canvas. 60cm x 60cm. 2013

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                • Intertidal Zone

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                  Inspired by the space between the land and the ocean on the east coast of Australia, this clip by Neil Horne is accompanied by the music of Gustavo Becerra-Schmidt (Creative Commons CC BY-SA licence ). Intertidal zone complements the earlier clip Ocean http://vimeo.com/dotatelier/ocean, performed at the 3Art Gallery, Radolfzell, Germany and elsewhere.

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                  • Colin Stetson & Sarah Neufeld

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                    The collaboration between Canadian saxophonist Colin Stetson and violinist and vocalist Sarah Neufeld of Arcade Fire is, at its most basic level, an exploration of the transcendent power of repetition. Drawing from a multitude of influences such as Steve Reich’s classical American minimalism, jazz and experimental rock, the two jointly chart their unique musical soundscape through interweaving patterns of near pointillist expression. They perform “The Sun Roars Into View” from their album “Never Were The Way She Was”. Recorded at Jazzhouse in Copenhagen during CPH PIX Filmed by Jonas Bang Mixed by Klaus Q Hedegaard https://www.facebook.com/unseenrecordings http://unseenrec.com https://www.youtube.com/user/UnseenRec

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                    • Flying

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                      Accompanied by the piano composition 'Wings One' by Margrit Roth-Spanknebel, played by the composer , 'Flying' presents entrancing images transforming in space-time, emerging and disappearing within one another. The hypnotic experience is optimised when viewed in a sympathetic ambience - comfortable, relaxed and somewhat darkened. Images and development by Neil Horne.

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